The Next Generation GMC Sierra Denali’s new powertrains are ready to take on your performance and power needs:
With more volume and upgraded features – like the innovative new tailgate – Sierra Denali’s box takes the cargo-loading experience to a new level:
The Next Generation Sierra Denali’s bigger cab and box creates a dominating presence. Combining style with purpose, wheels that are located closer to the corners create a bold stance and offer better use of cabin space. A larger grille looks impressive and helps supply more airflow to the powerful engine. Signature C-shape lighting and sculpted fog lamp bezels add style along with function.
On the road, you want to stay plugged in. With six USB ports, you and your passengers can charge up and keep going.
Keep the charging cords at home. When you’re on the road in GMC Sierra Denali, the wireless charging pad, located within easy reach near the cupholders, keeps your compatible smartphone charged and ready.
Premium has a feel and, of course, a sound. The high-quality Bose Premium Sound System is on par with the level of design and performance of Sierra Denali.
The Rear Seat Reminder activates when the rear doors are opened and closed up to 10 minutes before or anytime while the vehicle is on. When the engine is then turned off, under certain conditions, five audible alerts and a message in the Driver Information Center remind you to check the rear seat.
Standard on every new GMC - GMC Pro Grade Protection has you truly protected with features and
- Two maintenance visits
- 3-year / 36,000-mile Bumper-to-Bumper Warranty
- 5-year / 60,000-mile Powertrain Warranty
- 5-year / 60,000-mile Roadside Assistance & Courtesy Transportation
- 3-month trial of OnStar Guidance Plan with a suite of emergency security and diagnostic services
- 5-year OnStar Basic Plan
If the system detects that a front-end collision situation is imminent while following a detected vehicle, it alerts the driver to a potential collision. It also alerts the driver if the driver is following a detected vehicle much too closely.
If the system detects that a pedestrian is directly ahead and a collision is imminent, and the driver has not already applied the brakes, the system alerts the driver and may even automatically apply the brakes to help the driver avoid or reduce the harm caused by the collision. Performance is limited at night.